Discussion in 'Hunting' started by Plank Road Farm, Sep 28, 2009.
Here is a Florida card.
I get mine from the state of maine. Check north carolina website and see of they have any.
IN Ohio, the requirement is for the hunter to carry written permission. There are no requirements as to what that permission must look like, be written on, or contain. I have a notebook with a page for each property owner whose property I have permission to hunt. On each page is written, "Bearcreek has permission to hunt on my property" signed "landowner". No start or end dates. In NC, according to this document https://www.ncwildlife.org/Portals/0/Regs/Documents/NC-Regulations-Digest.pdf that JohnMC posted, that would work with the addition of a date within the last year.
You can hunt on private property there without the landowner's permission?
No, I think he is gloating that he doesn't have to worry about dealing with private landowners because so much of Alaska is state or national land.
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